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Title A Hidden Danger to Our Children’s Classrooms within Educational Leadership & Peering Practices
Authors Miller, A.D.
Keywords education
освіта
образование
globalization
глобализация
глобалізація
society
суспільство
общество
methodology
методология
методологія
public policy
державна політика
публичная политика раса
Ideology
идеология
ідеологія
global warming and Misinformation
глобальне потепління та дезінформація
глобальное потепление и дезинформация
Type Article
Date of Issue 2020
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/81598
Publisher Sumy State University
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Miller, A.D. (2020). A Hidden Danger to Our Children’s Classrooms within Educational Leadership & Peering Practices. Business Ethics and Leadership, 4(4), 28-55. https://doi.org/10.21272/bel.4(4).28-55.2020
Abstract This comprehensive body of research is an empirical attempt to purposely examine if our offspring: children, teenagers to adulthood, [Treasures] are, being subjected to political interference [indoctrination] within their respected theatres of education, and therefore, be a negative impact for their respective future endeavours, emanating from the West and quickly heading into cultures of the Eastern regions demographically. Besides, the research has included how it has impacted the current stasisin the Western educational system? The sample consists of the history involved, current statistics from global sourcing methodology, biases notated on within the political equation, and how has this has affected business. Both quantitative and qualitative analysis models are illustrated within extensivity.
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